Nobody on here is more negative about the future of this company than me, but I am not selling down here, and neither are many bag holders like me. This is our gambling money, and if we were gambling at $6, $5, $4, and $3, we aren't cashing out here. If you are short and you believe the company is going to fail, then there is nothing wrong with shorting more here. But if you are waiting for the stock to tank from "weak hands" selling so you can cover lower, you are making a bad miscalculation. My guess is the "weak hands" sold a long time ago. The only ones left are stubborn mules like me who would rather write the whole thing off than sell down here and see contracts start coming monthly. Don't get me wrong, I wouldn't recommend this pig to anyone, even down here near $2, but I already placed my bets, so I am hoping for an out of the blue run like the 2012 Stanley cup champion LA Kings. Too bad I didn't put my Echelon money on those odds.